“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Dorit Kemsley — who claims a burglar held a gun to her head during last year’s home invasion — made a joke about dodging a bullet…” Times.”
During Wednesday’s episode of the Bravo reality show, Kemsley, 46, reflected on not testing positive for COVID-19, which affected co-stars Lisa Rinna, Erica Jayne and Garcel Beauvais together.
“Luckily, I managed to dodge the bullet,” Kemsley said to the camera, leaning in with a smile and pausing for a brief moment before adding,This Time.”
Chutki did not go down with many social media users, one of whom Tweeted exact quote from Kemsley and added, “Dorit who is reportedly suffering from PTSD after being caught at gunpoint.”
Posted by another critic“Dorit how can you say ‘dodge the bullet’ knowing what we know Kyle [Richards] knows that sutton [Stracke] Allegedly knows you’ve passed?!”
A third follower quoted the reality star’s words and shared a gif “Real Housewives of New York” alum Bethenny Frankel looks stunned.
Kemsley and his two young children were the victims of an armed theft in October 2021, when masked men broke open a glass door and entered their Encino, Calif., home. The “RHOBH” star’s husband Paul “PK” Kemsley was out of the country at the time.
Dorit cried as she narrated the night to her classmates on a recent episode of “Beverly Hills,” one of the intruders claimed to have held a gun to her head as she asked him to give up her life and harm son Jagger, 8, and daughter Phoenix. Begged not to deliver. , 6, who were sleeping in their bedrooms.
“When he saw me, he panicked, and he charged at me, grabbed me, knocked me down [and yelled], ‘F—King get off the ground! I’ll f—king kill you!'” Dorit recalled on the show. ,[He] Put a gun to me, and I was just hunched over, screaming, going, ‘Please, please, I have little kids. Please, I am a mother. Please, I beg you, my children need me.'”
“I was begging him, begging,” she continued, “and the other guy was going, ‘Just f-king kill him. Just f-king kill him.'”
At the time, a spokesperson for the Los Angeles Police Department declined to confirm reports that Dorit was held at gunpoint during the break-in.
“The victim was inside the residence at that time and was confronted by the suspects,” read LAPD statement Of the incident. “Both the suspects threatened to kill her as she pleaded for her life and the lives of her young children.”
The statement said Dorit was “in fear for her own safety” so she “complied with the suspects’ demands and directed them to the valuables.”
According to police, the two robbers stole expensive handbags, jewelry and watches “before leaving the house with the items wrapped in the bed”.
So far the accused have not been caught.